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Unread postby jwbirdsong » November 30th, 2005, 6:40 pm

This is more of a notice than an attempt to get firefox to work on this site.

FireFox released their new upgraded version 1.5 yesterday. You may want to look into it and update FF if you are using version 1.09.
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Unread postby TonyP » December 5th, 2005, 5:59 am

It seems to be letting me log in now. I haven't followed the suggestion in your previous post simply as I have a lot of passwords to various sites and it would be a nightmare to find them all again !! If you think it is essential to do it then please let me know. I have updated Firefox to version 1.5. Should any changes to the previous versions be obvious - or are they behind the scenes changes ?
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Unread postby jwbirdsong » December 8th, 2005, 7:54 am

TonyP wrote:It seems to be letting me log in now. I haven't followed the suggestion in your previous post simply as I have a lot of passwords to various sites and it would be a nightmare to find them all again !! If you think it is essential to do it then please let me know. I have updated Firefox to version 1.5. Should any changes to the previous versions be obvious - or are they behind the scenes changes ?


Sorry for the delay I must have missed/didn't get a notice of your reply.

As far as clearing out the TIF's....No it's not a required step; especially since 1) there is no 'Baddies' in there 2) You use FF as your main browser....(ahem).

The noticeable differences to FF are negligible; the main ones being the addition of "Clear Private Data" under the Tools section. It's the FF version of the same thing..clearing out the FF TIF's (Temporary Internet Files). And the ability to drag and drop tabs. There were several behind the scene changes, mainly attempting to strengthen browser security. More info can be found HERE
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Unread postby TonyP » December 8th, 2005, 7:59 am

Thanks for that and for all your help.
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